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Can the phrase keyword "google+" be used as a negative ?

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Hello,

 

If I use the phrase "google+" as a negative keyword will it effectively block searches for information from google+ profiles or will it be interpreted as "google" without the plus sign ?

 

Thank you

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Accepted by topic author Adrian B
September 2015

Re: Can the phrase keyword "google+" be used as a negative ?

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My opinion: it will be taken as "google"
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Ok, this type of search costed me only a click yesterday , but i was curious if I can prevent similar clicks.

It looks like these clicks will go under the "acceptable loss percentage" Smiley Happy